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Cnicus, LLC is dedicated to patient safety

Cnicus LLC is dedicated to patient safety.  Our vision is to create a significant clinical impact in feeding tube care.  Our mission is to decrease the current error rate for feeding tube placements in neonates and infants.

The founder and CEO is Kathryn Waitzman RN MEd BSN BA.  Kathryn has over 20 years of nursing experience from critical care to home care and she is passionate about patient safety and innovation.  She received a BA in Biology and Chemistry from Augustana College; a BSN in Nursing from University of St. Louis and an MEd from Loyola University along with numerous healthcare related certifications.

Partnership

Cnicus LLC and Designwise Medical Inc. have teamed up to advance this innovation for the smallest of patients.  Designwise Medical is a non-profit Children's Health Care products development organization.  Together Cnicus and Designwise are focused on improving outcomes of children facing health issues needing a feeding tube through collaborative innovation.

Partnering Opportunities

• Medical Device and Extrusion Companies

• Biotechnical Universities

• Biomedical companies

The Pediatric Medical Device Safety and Improvement Act of 2007 (S. 830)
On March 8, 2007, Senator Christopher Dodd (D-CT) introduced S. 830, the Pediatric Medical Device Safety and Improvement Act of 2007. A House companion, H.R. 1494, was introduced by Representative Edward Markey (D-MA) on March 13, 2007. The bills are aimed at encouraging the development of medical devices for use by children. Provisions would require NIH, FDA, and AHRQ to develop a plan for expanding medical device research and development. Provisions would also require the Secretary, HHS, to provide grants to a non-profit consortium, which would be tasked with facilitating the development of pediatric devices, by connecting individuals with ideas for pediatric devices with potential manufacturers. The consortium would be required to coordinate with NIH in these efforts and would be responsible for notifying NIH of any unmet needs that the consortium lacks sufficient capacity to address. S. 830 was referred to the Senate Committee on Health, Education, Labor and Pensions (HELP).

 


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